SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH

SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH
Fr. Ruben Restrepo, C.M.
[email protected]
504 S. WASHINGTON
NEOSHO, MO 64850
(417) 451-3411
(417) 451-3432 (fax)
[email protected]
4th Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 1, 2015
IV Domingo Tiempo Ordinario
1 de febrero DE 2015
MASS/MISAS
SATURDAY/SABADO: 5:00pm., 7:00pm (Spanish),
SUNDAY/DOMINGO: 8:00am
WEEKDAYS/DIARIAS:
Tues. (martes)-Fri. (viernes) 8:30am
RECONCILIATION: (Saturday) 4:30pm.,
(Sunday) 7:30am. Any time by appointment
Communally during Advent, Lent, and as scheduled.
Saint Canera, patroness of Irish Sailors, is sitting in a boat with an
oil lamp, the symbol of wisdom and virginity, with a monastery on
an island in the background where she sought spiritual rest. She
was refused entrance to the island but was given Eucharist just
before she died. The shamrock speaks to her Irish ancestry.
Parish Office/Oficina
Monday (lunes) - Friday (viernes)
9-12; 1-4:30
WELCOME: If you are new to our parish we welcome you and invite you to become a member of
Saint Canera. Registration forms can be found in
the church or in the office.
BIENVENIDOS: Si usted es nuevo en nuestra
parroquia le demos la bienvenida y lo invitamos a
hacerse miembro de Santa Canera. Las formas de
registro se puede encontrar en el templo o en la
oficina.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING CATHOLIC?
Please call the parish office and ask for information on the RCIA program or send an e-mail to
[email protected]
¿Quisieras ser católico?
Por favor, llamar a la oficina de la iglesia y pedir
información del programa RICA o envia un e-mail
a [email protected]
Sacrament of Marriage—contact the church office six months in advance.
Baptism — contact or come by the church office
for information on classes.
Hospital visitation — contact the church office
with name, location, and room number.
Sacramento de matrimonio –Contacta la oficina
parroquial seis meses antes.
Bautismo—contacta o visita la oficina parroquial
y pedir información de las clases de preparación.
Visita al hospital — Contacta la oficina de la iglesia con nombre, lugar, y número de cuarto.
MISSION STATEMENT
The parish family of St. Canera sees as its mission to
work together and in the larger community to know,
love, and serve God. Based on Scripture, the sacraments, and our Roman Catholic tradition, we seek to
recognize our dependence on God, grow spiritually,
become images of Christ, educate adults and assist in
educating children, and as God’s instruments, share our
faith with and welcome others.
MISION DE NUESTRA PARROQUIA
La Familia Parroquial de Santa Canera considera que su misión es trabajar unidos e integrarse a la comunidad cristiana
más amplia para conocer, amar, y servir a Dios. Fundamentados en la Escritura y en la Tradición de nuestra Iglesia Católica Romana, procuramos reconocer nuestra dependencia de
Dios, crecer espiritualmente, convertirnos en imagen de
Cristo, educar a los adultos y acompañar la educación de los
niños y jóvenes; y, como instrumentos de Cristo, compartir
nuestra fe y acoger a los otros.
LECTURAS DE ESTE DOMINGO
Primera Lectura: Deuteronomio 18, 15-20
Salmo: 94, 1-2. 6-7. 8-9
Segunda Lectura: 1 Corintios 7, 32-35
Evangelio: Marcos 1, 21-28
LECTURAS DEL PROXIMO DOMINGO
Primera Lectura: Job 7, 1-4. 6-7
Salmo: 146, 1-2. 3-4. 5-6
Segunda Lectura: 1 Corintios 9, 16-19. 22-23
Evangelio: Marcos 1, 29-39
Mis queridos hermanos y hermanas,
Este año hemos leído todo
del Evangelio de Marcos en
la mayoría de los domingos.
Hoy nuestro Evangelio refleja
bien el carácter del Evangelio
de Marcos. Jesús es el
"Santo de Dios". En cierto
sentido, Marcos presenta a
Jesús como una super estrella. Su Evangelio comienza con las palabras: ". Principio del evangelio de Jesucristo, el Hijo de Dios." Los apóstoles
(que fueron llamados en el Evangelio de la semana pasada) sintieron el poder de Jesús y la autoridad de primera mano así como el nos enseña
"con autoridad, "y luego tiene el poder de expulsar a los demonios. Antes de ser expulsado, el
demonio anuncia que Jesús es el Santo de Dios.
Veremos el asombro de la multitud muchas veces
así como Marcos nos presenta a Jesús que enseñaba con autoridad y los poderosos milagros que
hacía.
El Evangelio de esta semana nos llama a ver a
Jesús más que un profeta o un filósofo o simplemente un predicador itinerante. Él es el Santo, el
Hijo de Dios. Marcos nos llama a la fe en el Hijo
de Dios. ¿Vivimos nuestra vida en respuesta a la
llamada de autoridad del Hijo de Dios en nuestras
vidas? Una respuesta afirmativa a esta pregunta
es lo que nos hace cristianos. Marcos, el evangelista nos llama a la fe en el Hijo de Dios. Respondemos al vivir una vida llena de fe en acción. Que
podamos seguir sus pasos.
Con cariño,
P. Hank
Rosario Guadalupano
Cada Viernes 7:00 p.m.
En el templo Parroquial
Grupo de Oración
Todos los domingos de 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Venga y únase a nosotros para oír
la Palabra de Dios, para rezar y
cantarle las alabanzas al Señor.
Misa—La Presentatión del Señor
6:30 PM Lunes, 2 de febrero
Después de la Misa, vamos a celebrar
la fiesta de la Candelaria con una convivencia en el Centro Parroquial.
Todos son bienvenidos. ¡Te esperamos!
Camp Re-NEW-All es para jóvenes católico en la
diócesis, o aquellos interesados en fe, que estén entrando a los grados 5, 6, 7, 8, o 9 después del tiempo
de campamento.
Campamento a Roaring River (Cassville)
Session 1C 29 de junio – 3 de julio
Session 2C 6 de julio – 10 de julio
Session 3C 13 de julio – 17 de julio
Session 4C 20 de julio – 24 de Julio
Session 5C 27 de julio – 31 de julio
La cuota es $85.00 por campista. Nadie sera rechazado debido a
incapacidad de pago.
Los miembros del personal son necesarios también:
Personal adulto (21 años de edad y más); Personal adulto
joven (18-20 años);
Escuela secundaria personal (10, 11, 12
menores de 18 años de edad).
Las aplicaciones y más información para campistas y personal
son en el vestibule.
por sus generosos contribuciones a la Colecta
para la Iglesia en América Latina.
Reflexiones en Cuaresma
¡NO HAGA PROMESAS DE DEJAR
CHOCOLATES Y DULCES ESTA CUARESMA!
Mejor decida unirse a una pequeña comunidad de compartir la fe durante las seis semanas de Cuaresma y participe de “Reflexiones en Cuaresma”, leyendo las Escrituras y compartiendo sus experiencias de fe. Los pequeños grupos se reunirán toda las semanas por 90
minutes. Las sesiones comienzan después de miércoles
de ceniza.
¡ Inscríbete hoy!
Platicas Matrimoniales
1 de febrero
Casa de piedra de 5:00 PM a 7:00 PM
Favor no traer niños a la clase.
Balance de la Construcción del Centro Parroquial
Total recibidos para construcción: $597,918
Total compromisos no recibido: $91,835
Pago al préstamo hecho cada mes: $ 9,918
Total compromisos recibido en enero: $6,686
¡Por favor recuerde su compromiso con la
construcción. Necesitamos de sus pagos!
Parish Center Building Fund Summary
Building Project Total Expenses Paid:
Original Loan (excludes interest):
Outstanding Loan (excludes interest):
Total Pledges: $ 714,435
$ 805,900
$ 395,865
$ 248,675
Pledge Payments Received (as of 1/26/2015): $371,995
Additional Building Fund Donations: $225,923
Total Building Funds Received:
$597,918
Total Pledges past due (as of 1/26/2015): $91,835
Loan principal & interest due each month: $ 9,918
January Pledge pymnts received (as of 1/26/15): $6,686
PRESENTATION OF OUR LORD
Mass at 6:30 PM
Monday, February 2
Following the Mass, the Hispanic
community is hosting a celebration in
the Parish Center. Everyone is invited.
A Note from the Knights of Columbus . . .
The Knights will conduct their annual Roses for
Life Campaign this weekend. Roses will be in
the pews, please fill out the tag on a rose, remove the
tag and give it to a Knight after Mass as you leave
Church. As a supporter of life, please keep the rose and
take it home. Also please say a daily Hail
Mary for an end to abortion. Any donations
received will be forwarded to the K of C Meet
Life Campaign to end abortions.
DON’T GIVE UP CHOCOLATE OR DESSERT THIS LENT!
Instead join a small community for six weeks during
Lent to participate in Lenten Longings to read Scripture and share your faith. Small groups will be meeting once a week for 90 minutes starting the week of
February 22.
Sign up today!
The Jr. High Youth Group is selling baked
goods after Mass. Please support their efforts
to raise money for a trip to Silver Dollar City
Young Christians’ Weekend.
THE MIRROR…..
….Next weekend (Feb. 7-8) the second collection is for The Mirror.
Coffee and donuts will be served
after the 8 AM Mass.
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
RECUERDE LAS SIGUIENTES
PERSONAS EN SU ORACIÓN:
Don Wall, Loren Olson, Cherri Link, Dorothy Mulik, Josephine
Nault, Janet Ducommun, Margaret Patton, David Garnett, John
Barnes, Gail Powers, Betty Lambertson, Roy Herndon, Patrick
Cline, Frank Evers, Dr. Richard Betz, Marisol Aviles, George
and Jo Martin, Linda Hogan, Matt Kissel
(Names stay on list for four weeks, unless renewed.)
Remember your donations for CROSSLINES !
SAVE THE DATE! BISHOP'S WALK for
CATHOLIC CHARITIES of SOUTHERN MISSOURI
The Bishop's Walk for Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri - Families Helping Families - will be held Sat., Mar.
21, 2015. Catholics in parishes throughout the diocese will
walk on the same day at each parish to show and give
support to our neighbors in need. Cost to participate will
be a $10 suggested donation ($30 per family), and Tshirts will be included. Funds raised will be used to support Catholic Charities programs in each region. Make
plans to join in the fun! More details to come.
DIOCESAN YOUTH CONFERENCE (DYC)
WEST PLAINS
All youth of the diocese are invited to the Diocesan
Youth Conference Mar. 27-30 in the West Plains Civic
Center. Registration material is available on the Youth
Ministry page of the diocesan Website. If your parish is
not sending a group, we can match you with one that is.
For more information, contact Katie Newton at (417)
866-0841, [email protected]
THANK YOU for your generous donations to
the collection for the Church in Latin America.
Camp Re-NEW-All is for Catholic young people
in the diocese faith, who are going into the 5th, 6th,
7th, 8th, or 9th grade following the camp season.
Schedule of camp sessions at Roaring River (Cassville):
Session 1C June 29– July 3
Session 2C July 6 – 10
Session 3C July 13 – 17
Session 4C July 20 – 24
Session 5C July 27 – 31
The fee is $85 per camper. No one will be turned away because
of inability to pay.
Staff members are also needed: Adult Staff (age 21 and over);
Young Adult Staff (18-20 years old during your session at
camp); High School Staff (10th, 11th, 12th grade under 18 yrs.)
Application forms for campers and staff are in the vestibule,
and starting Feb. 6 on the diocesan website at www.dioscg.org
(go to the Youth Ministry Page and follow the link to Camp ReNEW-All.)
PARISH STAFF
PASTOR
REV. RUBEN D. RESTREPO, C.M.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
DEBBIE GORHAM
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
JERRY MAHAN (451-7919)
PCCW (WOMEN’S GROUP)
DIANE STROUSS
PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION (PSR)
CASEY BURKHART HENSON
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
RALPH FREDERICK
BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS
Please bring written announcements to
the church office or email to
[email protected]
by 9 AM Tuesday
Saturday—January 31
5:00 PM +Bob Bradley
(Butterfield)
7:00 PM Rose Heaser (80th birthday)
Sunday—February 1
8:00 AM Fr. Hank Grodecki
(S. Rigdon)
Monday—February 2
6:30 PM Peace in the Mideast
Tuesday—February 3
8:30 AM +Loretta Schweiger
(R. O’Neill)
Wednesday-February 4
8:30 AM Victor Kezele
(S. Rigdon)
Thursday—February 5
8:30 AM +Eileen A. McAuliffe
Friday—February 6
8:30 AM +Henry Sumter
(S. Rigdon)
Saturday-February 7
5:00 PM Parish Family
7:00 PM +David Heaser
(R. Heaser)
Sunday—February 8
8:00 AM +Ruth Clark
(S. Rigdon)
SCRIPTURE FOR THIS SUNDAY
1st Reading: Deuteronomy 18:15-20
Psalm: 95:1-2, 6-7, 7-9
2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 7:32-35
Gospel: Mark 1:21-28
SCRIPTURES FOR WEEKDAYS
Luke 2:22-40
Mark 5:21-43
Mark 6:1-6
Mark 6:7-13
Mark 6:7-13
Mon: Malachi 3:1-4; Heb.2:14-18
Tue: Hebrews 12:1-4
Wed: Hebrews 12:4-7, 11-15
Thu: Hebrews 12:18-19, 21-24
Fri: Hebrews 13:1-8
SCRIPTURE FOR NEXT SUNDAY
1st Reading: Job 7:1-4, 6-7
Psalm: 147:1-2, 3-4, 5-6
2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23
Gospel: Mark 1:29-39
My dear sisters and brothers,
This year we read primarily from the Gospel of Mark on most Sundays. Today our Gospel reflects well the character of Mark’s Gospel. Jesus is the “Holy One of God”. In a
sense, Mark portrays Jesus as a Superstar.
His Gospel starts with the words: “The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.” The apostles
(who were called in the Gospel of last weekend) experience Jesus’
power and authority firsthand as he teaches “with authority,” and
then has the power to cast out demons. Before being cast out,
the demon announces that Jesus is the Holy One of God. We will
see the amazement of the crowds many times as Mark depicts
Jesus’ authoritative teaching and his powerful miracles.
The Gospel this week calls us to see Jesus as more than a
prophet or a philosopher or just an iterant preacher. He is the
Holy One, the Son of God. Mark calls us to faith in the Son of
God. Do we live our lives in response to the authoritative call of
the Son of God in our lives? An affirmative answer to this question is what makes us Christian. Mark the evangelist calls us to
belief in the Son of God. We respond by living a faith-filled life in
action. May the help us to follow in his footsteps.
With fond affection,
Fr. Hank
WEB SITE
www.canera.org
Bulletins * Schedules * Information
Remember when you are considering your will to think about
including the parish among your beneficiaries. Planned giving
involves leaving something for the next generation of Catholics at St. Canera. Your support will make the difference.
Thursday daily Masses are in the chapel (Wilma Hahn Room). After
the celebration of the Mass we have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (9:00 AM to 12:00 noon & 1:00 PM to 4:30PM). Everyone is
welcome to come for silent prayer and reflection.
COMING EVENTS
1/31-2/1 Jr. High Youth Bake Sale
2/2 The Presentation of Our Lord
2/5 Knights of Columbus meeting
2/11 PCCW Eat-Out Night
2/18 Ash Wednesday
YOUR GIFTS FOR THE PARISH TO FURTHER GOD’S WORK
REGULAR
COLLECTION
CHURCH IN
LATIN AMERICA
OUR FISCAL
YEAR TOTAL
$ 2,327
$721
$ 71,893